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Elizabeth K. Spahn Editor Emeritus

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Thomas Fox Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn Contributing Editor

Bill Waite Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong Contributing Editor 

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FCPA Blog Daily News

Tuesday
Aug212018

Job: Executive Director, E&C Head of Policy & Strategic Excellence

Job Title: Executive Director, E&C Head of Policy & Strategic Excellence

Employer: Novartis

Location: East Hanover, New Jersey USA

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Tuesday
Aug212018

Martin Kenney: Whistleblowing is still a career-ending suicide mission

I have commented on several occasions about whistleblowing, so my thoughts on the subject are already well documented. I am a strong advocate of whistleblowing as a means of policing rogue companies or the individuals they employ. I have described whistleblowing as an important item in the regulatory toolbox.

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Monday
Aug202018

When we talked about the corporate investigations list

Eighteen months ago I was sitting in my dad's office. We were discussing how there was no easy way to dive into and analyze active FCPA investigations.

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Monday
Aug202018

Lindsay Columbo: My career in compliance (so far)

My undergraduate business law prof invited me to be a research assistant for her upcoming publication on honest services fraud. That was 2009 at the University of Miami. It was my introduction to compliance.

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Monday
Aug202018

Three new indictments in Fat Leonard scandal

Captain David Haas (retired)A retired U.S. Navy captain and two senior enlisted men who were charged with taking bribes from a Singapore-based defense contractor now face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

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Monday
Aug202018

Job: Director, Compliance and Ethics

Job Title: Director, Compliance and Ethics

Employer: Conagra Brands, Inc.

Location: Chicago, Illinois USA

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Friday
Aug172018

SFO charges two for South Korea bribes

The UK Serious Fraud Office charged two former employees of an instrument and monitoring company over corrupt payments to South Korean officials.

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Friday
Aug172018

Dennis and Kathy Lang: Can yoga, meditation, and mindfulness enhance compliance? 

Years ago we were both employees of a major multinational company that was a supplier of super high strength fibers. One of the many applications of these fibers were lightweight soft and hard armor for personal and vehicular protection such as bullet proof vests and armored cars.

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Friday
Aug172018

Katya Lysova: Armenia’s breakthrough moment against corruption

Armenia doesn't top many investors’ lists. The former Soviet republic is in an ongoing military conflict with neighboring Azerbaijan, has two closed trade borders with Turkey and Azerbaijan (borders with Iran and Georgia are open), and pervasive corruption prevents Armenia’s three million citizens from prospering.

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Thursday
Aug162018

Allison Griffin: Navigating data privacy for cross-border investigations

In the wake of the GDPR, data privacy and localization are a top priority for organizations operating in the European Union. However, the data localism trend extends beyond the EU and can have big implications for organizations with cross-border matters and plans for international expansion.

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Wednesday
Aug152018

Sundar Narayanan: A breakthrough anti-corruption law for India

Both houses of India's parliament adopted amendments to the country's main anti-corruption legislation that expand the definition of bribery and who's subject to the law.

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Wednesday
Aug152018

Tillipman and Brownlow: Is the SEC about to weaken the whistleblower program?

On June 28, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposed amendments to its whistleblower award program and requested comments from the public.

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